Lubbock radio has been a huge part of my life for my whole life. I grew up in a very musical house that always had the radio or a record on. I enjoy weird movies and books, artificial pineapple flavoring, live music and spreading irresponsible rumors.
Reality Shows Banned From Partnerships With Texas Law Enforcement
Texas legislators did the right thing- and with bipartisan support- banning reality shows partnering with law enforcement after incidents of increased violence.
Medicaid Extension for New Mothers Should Be Top Priority for Texas
We don't want to seem like giant, enormous, absolutely huge hypocrites, now do we?
Lubbock Hiring Manager Gets It All Wrong in Facebook Job Post
A lesson in how not to attract any potential employees.
Was a Brutal Texas Axe Murderer the Real Jack the Ripper?
Have you ever heard of 'The Servant Girl Annihilator'? Some folks believe this Texas serial killer went on to become Jack the Ripper.
On the Proposed Changes to Texas’ ‘Castle Doctrine’ Law
The change proposed is the re-addition of the clause that the home/property owner would first have to attempt to safely retreat before shooting a perpetrator.
Amarillo’s Iconic Cadillac Ranch Loses Its Color for an Important Cause
The Cadillac Ranch has lost its rainbows of graffiti in favor of a solitary hue that stands in solidarity with folks whose voices deserve to be heard.
See the Destructive Aftermath of the Party on Broadway After Texas Tech’s Final Four Win […
Broadway Street was on fire Saturday night after Texas Tech's win in the Final Four. Lime Scooters and a couch were burned up by fans.
Watch Texas Tech Fans Go Wild in Minneapolis After Red Raiders Beat Michigan State Spartan…
The pure joy on the faces of these die-hard fans, young and old alike, after Texas Tech's historic win is a sight to see.
Saddle Tramps Ring the Victory Bells After Texas Tech’s Final Four Win
iThe Saddle Tramps made a promise. And you're darn right they're going to keep it.
El Paso Suburb Declared Poorest Town in Texas by MSN Money
The town has an average household income of less than $25,000 annually. For the record, $25,000 per year is the federal poverty line for a family of four.